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    Review: V-Card

    "an immersive play of laughter, vulnerability and truth"

    Review: Sufjan Stevens’ ‘The Ascension’

    With access only to a drum machine and a computer, the rest of his instruments being in storage after moving, Sufjan Stevens’...

    Mercury Prize 2020: an apt event for a tumultuous year

    It goes without saying that the music industry has faced more than its fair share of hardship this year. With gigs cancelled,...

    Tenet review: Can visual spectacle make up for missing humanity?

    After three postponements and millions of dollars’ worth of Covid-induced extra marketing, the much-anticipated action-thriller film, Tenet, has finally greeted a global...

    ‘The knack of living’: Pond by Claire-Louise Bennett

    "Pond is the exemplary proof that ‘the knack of living’ lies in attending to such ‘small matters’ as the number of spoonfuls of sugar added to a cup of coffee."

    A No Spoiler Review of Mrs America

    To be honest, I didn’t originally want to watch Mrs America. I have studied the history of 1970s American feminism so hearing...

    ‘Dynamite’ and BTS’ explosive fame

    K-pop group BTS’ perpetual rise in popularity has been staggering, and the success of their latest release, English-language single ‘Dynamite’, comes as no surprise....

    Review: The Chicks’ ‘Gaslighter’

    Fourteen years since their last album, and 17 since they were effectively shut out from the country music industry, The Chicks (formerly...

    Review: Haim’s ‘Women in Music Pt. III’

    As with other albums scheduled for 2020, the release date for Women in Music Pt. III experienced an upheaval. Having moved from...

    Review: Taylor Swift’s ‘Folklore’

    Usually, Taylor Swift begins a new album cycle with a blank slate. Instagram is cleared of any record of previous ‘eras’. Easter eggs are...